Category Archives: NoMa

1140 3rd St NE

1140 3rd St NE is the former Washington Coliseum, known as Uline Arena. It opened in 1941 as an ice hockey arena, and after World War II was also used as a basketball arena and for performances, including the Beatles first performance in the U.S. It fell into disuse in 1973 after the hockey and […]

Three Constitution Square

Three Constitution Square is one of the three 12-story buildings at Consitution Square that transformed the area by the NOMA Metro when they were completed in 2014.  The buildings are LEED-certified platinum.  Three Constitution Square has a glass facade with aluminum,  and has a variety of private-sector tenants.

1200 First St. NE

1200 First St. NE is a 12-story office building, completed in 2006.  It houses a variety of Federal and D.C. government agencies, including Citizen and Immigration Services, D.C. public schools, and D.C. Department of the Environment.

1100 First St. NE

1100 First St. NE is an eleven-story office building, constructed in 2009 at the corner of First and L St. NE.  It was designed by the architectural firm Krueck & Sexton.   The sides of the building on First Street and on L St. slope outward, and are entirely glass.

NoMa-Gallaudet Metro Station

The NoMa-Gallaudet Metro Station is an elevated station, with an enclosed area accessible by doors on two street sides.  The address of the station is 200 Florida Avenue, NE, and there are doors to the station on the Florida Avenue and the M Street side.  This door is on the M Street side. The Red […]